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Greencard - US / Irish Immigration Questions
DUI and Citizenship
"I HAVE had my green card for the past six years. I obtained it through my job. I would like to apply for U.S. citizenship but I think there could be a problem. I have a DUI conviction that I received last year...."
Good USCIS News
THE U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) reported lots of good news in a press release last week, including the fact that more than one million immigrants became naturalized U.S. citizens during fiscal year 2008, which ended on September
AS some readers may be aware, at the start of 2009 travelers coming to the U.S. in accordance with the visa waiver program will have to complete what’s known as a Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA) online.
Reclaiming Irish Citizenship
MY son is in his twenties, and was born in Ireland...My son joined the U.S. Air Force four years ago, and at the time he required a security clearance which required him giving up his Irish citizenship...
I LIVED in the U.S. for six years, and went home to Ireland at the end of 2005. I was actually married to an American citizen and had a green card for a while, but I let it go. I miss my life over there dearly and would love to return, but I don’t kn
Visa Lottery Starts
THE annual DV green card lottery (DV-2010) begins this week on October 2, and concludes on December 1 at noon. As in previous years, applications can only be lodged electronically through the State Department’s DV website at www.dvlottery.state.gov.
“I WOULD appreciate if you can point me in the correct direction as to getting additional information or some more resources towards getting my mother legally to the U.S. so I can look after her better. I am a naturalized U.S. citizen...
New Citizenship Test
A FEW weeks back we published the list of U.S. history and civics questions provided by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) as a study guide for those pursuing naturalization.
Prior Visa Denial
MY Irish friend, in attempting to visit me in Chicago, was denied entry under 214(b). Is there any chance that if he applies again the results might change?
I HAVE a conditional green card and was recently separated from my American spouse. How will that affect my lifting the conditions on the green card?
FOLLOWING is our annual two-part summer feature on the questions U.S. naturalization candidates can be asked during a citizenship interview.
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